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THE SCKANTON TRIBUTE -NATUKDAY MORNING. MARCH 31, 1S9.
Wants of ull kinds cost that much, r.r
ttpt Situations It anted.which aro tnnrted
OUR CHURCH SOCIETIES
WAN'Tt.D BY A BREAD
Hiiil cake tuiki'r. ('mi take charge ot shop.
nvrereuc 11 : - ..: : - . au.ir.-ss r..
SITUATION WANTED UY VoLM! LADY
M copyist or to do workman ottce Kl
col. out reference turaiihed. Addre A. M.,
SJHTA'IH'N WANTKH-llY A Mlt'lH.K
i aged lady m housekeeper or companion
lor an luvniw. A.tuiess, rl. u. i riuuue nine
' ANTED - A l-IKST
1 1 maker. Apply at oaoi
S A .s. C'arDoaaalat n
Ur ANTED GENERAL WHEELR1
Apply at UHhool'i Carriage works
Helo Wanted Females
Ur AN I ED A
a competent gn-L
OIRI. TO DO (IKN ERAL
Good wagee will la' naid lo
( all BlOtireen Ridge street.
u OK WANTED AT BT. JAMBS HOTEL,
105 I.uekawsuuu uvollll".
pENERAL AGENTS WANTED-8ELI
1 1 mi! new article to dealers, exclusive
territory, DO competition, l0 capital ie .
uuired; '.MO to KM l or . out. prutlt. COI.CM-!
BlA CHEMICAL c., 88 uud "i Dearborn I
strse t, Chicago, ill.
U ANTED MAN WITH LIFE AND FIRE I
Insurance rxperienoe a solicitor in j
1 lekaw.iltn county; g'S.sl inducements to .
right man Address llSj SO IScti building, j
IIT ANTED TWO YOUNG MEN OF GOOD ; tatlons given
f qnrnn lu ' ail on i us. lie:.-, uua;.-.
Steady employment (or good loon. Apply
NATk'NAi. (.'LEAN TOWKL COMPANY,
Young People's Society of tlie First Welsh
Baptist Church Is Flourishing.
AMONG THE EPWORTH LEAGUES
Interesting Topics Touched Upon
That Will Interest Members of
Theso Organizations What Mem
bers of Young; People's Societies of
Christian Endeavor Are Doing
Meeting of the King's Daughters
Held Last Night.
One or the mint active ami nourish
ing church societies of the city t the
Young People's wclety f the Kirst
Welsh Baptist church It lias three
distinctive features, each of which i
equally important ami well developed
Tue society basnboat 100 members, ail
o( whom are active ntui interested in
their work. Tim thrse depar tucii't ot
work ar literary, Bible etu'lv ami de
votional, Bach class holds a meeting
The literary on Friday evening; Bible
class oo Tuesday evening, and prayer
meeting Sunday uioruiug at U o'clock.
The llible claan especially n (eatnre
which is grawiug in itx usefulness and
Interest The literary progratnoiea
are or groat variety ami do much 10
develop the latent abilities ur the
lout evening the programme was
most pleasing and instructive, con
listing of taUs. papers and dleonsslons
about Milton, hu life, obaraoter.gsntai
ami works. Mu Interesting extracts
from his m mterpieces were re.i I or re
cited and a ureal number or brief u,uo-
H' ' OU8E 1'oK KENT si l.rAtll.K FOR
two small families. Also, 8-rooui bouse. ,
With DOdern improvements. Alio, ell !o,ns, ,
with stationary range, hath ana laundry, lu
HUUe ISO Monroe avenue. City.
TX)R RENT PREMISES 128 ADAM AY j
1 euue. now used u, dwelling ai.d music I
Btoie I. A. WaTRES
I I Ol'SE rOK KfcNT S& f'KEST AL
Jl lev. between Dlexson work and trie
auu Wyom ngl depot Rent, fill. Inquire ot
llunros Brown. Bull's Head.
T-uk RENT -NEW STOHE. NO. 410
V spruce street Inuulre ot iRt'L) WAG-I
NEK. jii Lackawanna avenue.
L'uK RENT LARGE STORE ROOM AND
-T basement on Dickson avenue, Green
Kidce O. A. CLEARWA PER
L'Ulv KENT FROM APRIL I, HOUSE AT j
.T JeStrsou avenue, in tlrst elass condi
tion, modem inprovenents, iet location.
Apply to L. il Uorton, Ko, u Commonwealth
V'OK RENT - BITI.DING 1 LACKA
J" wanna avenue from April I. CHARLES
H WELLES, Coal Exchange,
H OU8E FOR RENT NEaK POSTOFF1C&
Containing fourteen room and laundry,
ail in line older. SpleudiJ location for rem
Iuk 'uraislied room-. Apply at W Linden
TTciK RENT STORE, id LACKAWANNA
r avenue, by April. 1. Enquire ot Henry
Frev. 421 Luckawanua avenye or a: the j
"L'UP. KENT -THREE KUOM-. r RON T UN
r eeo id h."-r. uver N A H ul belt s mu-ie.
ctoie. 117 Wyoming avenue, from April 1. In
quire in tbe store.
HuCSE FOR RENT ONE BLOCK FROH
post olflee, ennralninO fourteen rooms
and laundry, all in line i rder. Fine iucatiou i
to 1 :urnished rcoms. Apply at MI Linden
rfo LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
1 Part or all of three bun i red feet of yard
ro m along railroad. AeSiy at 'M Frankliu .
ri'O HENT-sTOitE aifti OB FCKN'ISHED
1 bail on fireen Ridgn street. Wry desira
cle loatliin and on reasonable terms. Apply
to F. E NETTLETON or C. S. WooURLKF
C ECuN b FLl 'OR WITH RANGE,
iT low rent. iio2 Wyoming avenue.
yen alc-a farm of eighty auros,
r one and one-half miles from liaitm on
th- Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
railroad. First class farm house with a never
tailing sprintf ueirbyi two barns. ian-1
and good orehard will be sold .-h.-uri. I erm.s
eas-. Address B. F. VoN nTOKCIl -r IsA.V.
ELLIS executors. Dal ton, Lackawai.na Snriiiav evening. Note cu tugs of tun
Rev Dr, Floyd delivered a lecture
tefore tbe lUiupton Street league last
Friday evening OH bis travels in the
iSoulh. This talk was very entertain
ing ami instructive and was much ap
preciated by the liirgn audience,
Tueir Bsstsr snnriee service beld at
7 o'clock Sandny moruing was a glori
ous success They had systematically
planned this great prayer aud praise
service two months in advance and all
attendance of over 800 and a meeting
of unusual spiritual interest rewardsd
their efforts. Delegations were present
from all tbe West Side leagues aud
Rev. P, A. Chapman, former pistor
of too Asbury M B, church, will spend
a iew days among bis old pariihoners
next week. While here lie will deliver
a leetnre before the Asbury league, on
"Spurs aud Bridle.' He is uow located
at llattle Creek, Mich.
The Kpworth league meeting at Eim
I'ark, oo Sunday evening, will be a
praise service and will be led by chor
ister O F. Whittemore.
A cabinet meeting of the Kim Park
It-ague was held Wednesday evening,
at which service importaut matters
Tne new topic cuds for the coming
quarter April, May and June -have
been issued. Tney are, as usual, at
tractive and interesting. Subjects an 1
leaden have teen well and appropn
ately choseu. lot of the thirteen lead
ers chosen seven are men aud six la
dies. Two of the ladies are officers.
Nine have never led meetings of this
league before Tne leaders choseu also
represent different profession and oc
cupations. These few fact show tbe
care, discretion and g ! judgment ex
ercised by tbe devotional committee in
selecting leaders Miss J-nnie An
drevvs and W A. May constitute tin
reception committee for April. Irn
' Jrr aud Harry Yost are the ushers.
The Simpson league announce n
complimentary eutertaiDiueut and so
cUI tor April ".
They particularly emphasiz) their
"Hard Tirun" social of April 13, which
promisee to be a great success,
Tbe quality of both literary and mu
sical numbers at the literary meetings
is imcrov.ng greatly.
All rrieuds, old and new, cordially
invited to attend devotional meeting
tendance at Trinity Evangelical Sun
day school, Luke and Kurtz streets,
during the first quarter of 1804, and
their naiiisa placed nu the "roll of
honor:" Secielary. J. K Misters;
teacher, Mrs. U. S. Bird; scholars,
lass No. l, Badle Mareyt class No. .
John Koss. John Symone, Walter Mas
ters; elne No. ;i, Venn Spangenbnrg,
EmmeKlaer; class No. 4, Fred Mas
terej class No, o, Cora I.uwn, Dina
A tauarler Century Test.
For a quarter Of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery bas been tested, mid the
millions who have received benefit from
its use testify to its wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of I luoul.t heat n;id
LttngS. A remedy that has stood the test
so long anil lhnt has given mi universal
satisfaction is no experiment, Bach bottle
is positively guaranteed to givo relief, or
the money iv ill be refunded. It is admitted
to he the most, reliable for Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free al Matthew Bro's,
Drug Store. Large six &0c, and l.nu.
FINANCIAL AND COMMcKCIAL
Btoeks and Bond i,
Nkw VoRK, March 30. The ronraa of
tbeetook market today is easily described,
it opened steady, then declined on acconnl
of snarp attacks by brokers ami finally
advanced sbarply beOaUSS the raids of the
lien i a failed lo diahulcn lung stocks. The
li-nra yesterday were quite Confident of
being able to htart liquidations, Tbe veto
of the aelguiorage I 1 1 was expected to dis
turb counuence. and they sold heavily of
the Grangers and certain ot the
Industrial, The plan was well con
ceived end would have been success
ful if holders of atocks could have
been f lightened into telling, wblcb, how
ever, they refused lo do, In COOSeqnonce
tbe bears, after au early assault made a
Complete change ot front. This w hs dis
covered by tbe bulls and (he efforts of the
shorts were impeded at every point
American Sugar ruse Cotton nil 2,
UbteacoGaa itK, Burlington IX, st Pan!
l;'v Rock Island i, Dels warn and Hudson
I , General Eleoirlo ih. Louisville ami
Nashville W, .Missouri rWBiflO 1, Lead IW,
Reading .Northern Pacific preferred ii
iiuiaiiai. The Improvement fiom tbe
loweat point ot tbe day waeequnl to lj to
-s pet cent. The market clo-ed strong at
auout tbe highest point of the day. The
ales were 2w,U0 1 shales
The foil-wing complete table inowiae the
day B flttetuatione III SutiV stouks is supplied
anil revised lady b ball 11 JJ Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyouunc. avenue:
Open lli.b Low Clos
Ing, est. eat ii tt.
Am. Cot Oil am SSU iti NM
Am SuKiir. W)i VUVj Wtj '-ifi-,
A.T. JtS. F 19 IftU IK, IliU
Can. So i: '2'S 52
Ceo. N.J u'd4 llMj iis iioJ
Chic. AN. W i it'sn bs us4
C B. AG "-'li sM. Hlt Hi.
Chic, das Mta M'l) 12 ni
C. C, C. St. L... V 41 4UV4 41
Col . lloek.Val. A T HUM S ISM i Ju4
II. H 13i4 I8W lis lAt
I., L. W
1). C. F 2"ii STIi '.1s 27
Erie IS MM ITU 1vj
Q, E. Co 42's ml 4lH sa4
Lake Shore tm b''4 vh tM
I.. A N BUM SIM ."a4 SIM
Manhattan IM l4 IStU I2414
Misa. Pac SIJS Wi 27V-4 SIN
Nat. Lead ill 's ill' HfS Sh-
N. T. AN. E i0'4 in 1114 I0M
N. Y. Central IUI Illl's 101 10b4
N. .. U. AW VU 17 UP,
L'uK SALE ii-: ACRE
JT and utenslla J. M.
L'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
JC ton property A bearina orange grove
increasing in proooctlon and value yearly in
The orange section in Horida Addres F. E,
NE'lTLEroN. Lake Helen. Florida
PURSUANT TO THE BY-LA TVs THK
j a Batting of tbe stockholder of tbe
West Rld,e Coal eompany will be held at t be
r.fflee of the company, In tbe city of Scranton,
on ouday, April in, nt if, m., for the election
of ottieers and tin rransa'tion of each other
bnelDees as may corns before the m-etiug. An
amendment to the By-Lawewill beeubxnlt.
ted. ehanging the time of the annual stock
holders' meeting. F.. a, cLark. Secretary
-. B M iusteud of ii 43,
T AOlh.S -hLEASK CALL AT THE Coll.
xj monweeltb fehoe store. Washington ave
nue, and ae the latest styles in Rush One
Dong ola shoes and Oxford.
HLANK BOOKsi PAMPHLETS, MAMA
zines, etc., bound or rebound at Tiik
Tumi ne eflee, Quick work. Keasonabte
MEAL TICKETS CAM BE HAD ST III
vl corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty moa! UcXeti for B.tu Good
table board .
Notice lo Taxpayers.
f hrii un ndavor.
Will Jeffrey, a popular book-keeper
t tho First National bank, Isatprei
ent the efficient president of the Dan
more Preanyterlao Endeavor society.
On next Thursday evening an Impor
tant business meeting will he held to
adopt plain for developing new depirt
ments in endeavor work.
This week, 011 account of tho revival
services being held in tbe church, tbe
regular weekly nieblintr of the North
Main Avenue Baptist Endeavor society
Tomorrow is missionary Sunday at
Providence I'resbyterian church. Toe
pastor will preach in the moiling as
usual In the evening RlV, Gilbert
Ued, D. I)., of New York, will talk on
mission work in china. Tne mutual
collection for missions will be taken at
these services Kndeavor meeting at
0.83 Sunday evening; inbjtOt, "How
Bbonld We i'ray?" LtadeV, Harry
Wednesday evening at 7,oO rgulsr
monthly buiines meeting of the Young
Ptople'l Society of Christain Endeavor
Junior Kndeavor meeting Totaday
afternoon at I o'clock. Hnbjs.'t,
"I'myer;" leader, Uiirnham Gtalld.
On last Friday evening an EodoaVnr
N . Y S. A: W HI
V. 8. C. Co 2J
North Pac e.
North Pa.:, pf
Ro..k Island 7u
R.T . ..
St. Paul iSKti
T..C. A I I8
Texas A Pac
Union Pac 2i'4
Wabasn, pf IJ! ,
W, L'mou s4",
W. A L. B
W. A L. E. vf IM
tip 4 l,IV, 1U4
im ivw imm,
HU Bt v'i
2214 m 22
iy lobj leva
4115, P.i-S IHS
Chicaxe Ori'i ami Provisions,
Bona mon. March SO. Tbe following iuota-
ttonsare supplied an.l eorreeted dally by La
liar A Fuller, atoeit brokers.121 Wyouiiu uve
WHEAT. Vnr lv. Jii'v.
Opening ,'.': "i1,; 2
Highest il'! 111 SIM
Loweet is wn; nt
Closing Mja W)4 C'la
Opening ,ri,v4j !'7l Us
Highest mi, 87N ISM
Lowest ISM B7W lis
MH' IRT RIBS.
KH b7i, Sl4
IM IIM iV,
an an.. Ism
mi sim 27',
1 1711 111! Hi:,
1177 mi', mm
117.1 114.' 1141
1177 US 1177
7-.C, 7 in
VOTII E TO TAXPAYERS THE TAX
navers of the eltv of Srrariton. Pa will
hereby take notice tt, i- the board of appeals i social was held at the residence of I-
appo-.ni.Mi r,v ineeny rooneu at -am nty to t Heymdds. It was a delightful r,c
in ar iei determine appeals from city assess. . .1 .. , n
menu for the year 18W are holding meetings onslori to the many who attended. Dur
dairy at the ofBoe of we city clerk between log the tvulng maple sugar was
thole nrsofte, m and .1 p. m. for the purpose j - 1 . 1
- , 1 : ,11.1 I'," 1. Will Ulllk oe uuar'l
in cases of now aaseasments for said your. ti
The semi annual topic card com
authority vestudln said board not permlttlDg I DMBQlDg March I is a very attractive
the revision of ass is-ncmts f ,r any yuar but
that of Ml, The meetings of tin board will
tiaso Mann , I (VS.
By order of b.ard of apie als
Jl. 1 .
CANTAO FoR MEN only GREATEST
i restorer and developer known, stroright
ens, mvlaorates. Prion 2 Ouarant' od -Sund
stump for eonfideutial elreulur Dr H T
MIl.LER. 21 yiiiney stro-t, Chleagn.
LADIE', TONTC is THE only BUC
cessful Bust Ileveloper known. Never
toils. tf2-UU Full eoulldrntlal pikrtbiulara
sealedi torta atamp. Mrs Lr. H I. Millar,
21 Qulin y St.. Chicago.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Phii.auklwiia, March ail Tallow wns
dull and weak. PrlceB were: Prime
city, In hogsheads, 1 prime coun
try, in hogsheads, sVjC. ; cakes, 6c. .grease,
1 - -
Guoklen' Arnica Balvs.
Tbe best salve In tbe world for Cuts
Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns aud all Skin Eruptions, aud posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 2S cent per
box. For udo by Matthew Bros.
The essential Inn .healing principle of
tbe plue tree has Qually been successfully
aepsrated and roflned Into 11 perfect cough
medicine. Dr. Wood's Norway Piue
.syrup. Sold by all dealers ou a guarautee
and interesting one
Th Young People' .Society of (;iirls
tian Kndeavor of the Second 1'resby
tsriau church was glad to welcome
home, about twenty or Its college mem
btrs ut Easter time.
Tbe concert given by the church or
chestra ou Tuutday evening was n Oom
pleteHiirceis and highly enjoyd by all
Note of th Soa'atise.
A nnlqne and attractive entertain
ment was given at the Providence
Methodiit BpltOOpal church on last
On Tnssdsy afternoon the Young
Women's Foreign Missionary society
of tbe Elm i'ark church beld Its an
mi il meeting and mite box opening at
the homo of the president, Miss Rattb
Tbe report for the year was the moat
encouraging of the society's history,
"Malaobl, the Last of the Prophets,"
is the interesting utjrct for considera
tion ut the devotional meeting of the
Simpson league 011 Sunday evening
Will I lagan I the Uader.
On Tin. is lav evening the members
of tue Junior K mi l'rk league gave a
delightful entertainment in the lectur
room of the chinch
Tho King' Dnughteis or the First
Methodist EpilOOpal church held their
regular monthly social aud entertain
ment in their memorial room Inst evei.
Inr Easter music will he repeated at many
of the churches on Sunday,
The followlug were perfect in ut
Fcranton Whelaaal Marktti
BCBAITTOX, Mar. Bj. FltL'trs ato Pno
DCCi Lined appin, per lb., 6u7c: evap
orated apples, llallc per lb.; Turkish
prunes, 4Ka5i; English currants. Uu'Jc;
layer raisins, tl.15al.su; inu-cntela, (1.211
1.80 per box; new Yuleticlaa, lia't.
Beam Marrow-fata, i2i.ii2.50 per
busbei; mediums 1.70at.8u,
Pias Green, ll.lSai.80 per busbeltspUt,
tS.50aU.flOi lentels, SalOo, per pound.
l'OTATOKfl .' ''St'Sai. a-r bushel.
Onions - (Kiai;.".c. per b ishid.
HtiTTxii ISakfle, pr lb.
CiMii lOalBc. perltt,
lous Freeb. r".;nl.'lo.
Meats iieuia, 10 Lci large, lcto. ;
skinned bam 10 (c; California hams,
ac; shoulders. MJc. ; dry salted belllci,
tMc: smoked breakfiist bacon. I1)4J0.
POMC .Mess ut 17: short cut, $18.
La ho 1 eaf in tieree at lie.; In tubs,
11 Vc; In Hi-pound pails, bc.; in 5-pouud
pails, y i& S-pouud pail, inc. par
licxr Choice rugar cured, smoked beef,
FbOtJll Minnesota patent, per t.rrl.
le.Beae.e0t Ohio and Indiana amber, at
fU.hO; Lraham at I8.&U; rye hour, at
Hcckwiikat Fuiun-t2.7llpsr cwt.
Fxxn-Allxed, per cwt., at 'J.'ic.
Uraik- liye, 5e.i corn, 47 to 4V.; oata.
Ma45e, 1 er buthfil.
IlvK Stiiaw Per ton '3al5.
Nw Yolk Prmluo Marktt.
Nkw Yoiik, March 80. Flooh Dull.
WhBAI Dull; olosed atrady. No. 2 red
etore and elevator, ii.;".c. . f. o. Ii , lilic
ungraded red, Ob.iiy . atlout 04iaillVjc. ;
No. 1 northern, OOJjc. : options closed
WaMs, over yesterday; No 't red, March,
flWc.l May, fl8kc.lioly, flSJfjO.! August,
f.7c. ; September, 080,1 Decern be r, 7ic.
i. (ikn Easier: o. 2, Mc.i ungraded
mixed, 4ir. elevator, 47c. ; Iteamrr Diked.
4it option closed steady: Msnh We,
Apiil,4;k ', ; May, 42c , '..lulv, 44c.
Oats Firm, options Uull; Murib, Mk
No. 2 white. llUjic.; No. I Chicago, 117c ;
No. , llfir. ; No. II white, 581(0.1 mixed
western, 1 ia H7c. ; white do.,. Sal :., while
rixEK - Steady,
TllHl F.ll lit Kh llllll.
Ol i Mica is Steady.
Lahii Firmer; western steam, I'M;
rtty. TUo.: reflned, firm; continent, 18 08;
South America. Ss (Uj CODponnd, dc.
i'uiiK Firm; mess, $tk8Ml8.50.
HUTTXn Sternly; western dairy, llallc
elgins, 21c; I'uiinsylranin crtamery. 2lc.
CHkkSk Firm; state large, W.il Jc. ; small,
I0kal8,l fancy, ll'Caiac.; pait skims,
Loossteady: Pennsylvania, llalSkc;
weatiru fiesb, Ilal9s aoulherii, lU'nii
I v iisp.u and Indlgsatlon
lu their worst forms ar-. cured by the
uso of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
inn down, or if you need a tonic to regain
tlesbaud loat appetite, Strength ami vigor,
take P. P. P., aud you will be Strong aud
healthy, tor shattered Constitution! and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Polte
Hoot and Potassium) it the king of nil
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
puriller in th world. For sale by all
Antliratte Sales Agents Issua a Ntw and
Lower Circular lor April.
PRICES ARE 25 CENTS LOWER
The Output lor Next Month Is Re
stricted lo Forty Per Cent, of the
Total Capacity, or to About 1,800,
000 Tons Individual Operators
Make a Similar Reduction at a Moot
ing In Philadelphia Some Suggest
ive Features ot Dun's Weekly Trade
Review -Minor Jottingl Relative to
Thaeaatern anthracite uoal ngnts
hav-t mat) tiie follow ing pries : Broken
and egg 50, Hgaiust 8 71 last ytari
tove i chestnut U To, against $i
last year. Restriction lor tbe inontu
has nut yet linen decided, but it is e.
pected to In 10 pr cent, of the capa
city. These prices, coupled with the
decision also arrived at to limit the
output 40 per cent, of the capailly, or
about 1,800,000 tons, would seem to
indicate that both of these points were
arranged on th qneattun ot supply
and demand. Tho restriction for this
year ala ady amounts to '.'.uou tiou tons
Representatives of 'a number of the
anturactte coal carrying companies,
w hich ship a portion of tbelr produc
tion to Philadelphia. met at the general
Office of the Lehigh Valley railroad
company yest erday afternoon to con
aider tho question of making n reduc
tion in price for city and line trade.
While all the Companies were not rep
resented those present reached a con
ditional agreement for a reduction In
'pring prices, which will besubuiittrd
10 tho representatives of other com
panles today, it ii probable that th"
reduction will conform closely to that
ma I by the general (ale agents of ull
the companies at their metiug in New
York Thins lay, when it cut of about 4U
cents per too from the nominal whole
sale prices recently ruling was made.
The financial nWS reporting agency
slates that B movement is on foot
nmoof certain stockholders of the L-
bigb Valley railroad to defeat tbe pti s
ent management at the next anuual
"lection, und that their candidate tor
president will bo Congressman Tom
Johnson, of Ohio. In financial circles
there is a disposition to treat the move
ment as serions, It is reported that
thos-i back ot the project Will issue a
circulsr addressed to tbe stockholders
asking for proxies to be voted at the
next annual meeting and setting forth
tueir reasons for opposing the present
Orders have been pooled in the Penn
sylvania railroad sbopj at Harrisburg
stating that thirty-five brakemen ou
Ibe Philadelphia division will be laid
iff on April 1, aud thirty-five extra
fir- mn reduced to brakemen.
Railroad earnings in March thus fir
have been 12 1 per cent, smaller than
last year, say Duu, the trunk lines and
gruugers lo.siug a Jittle less mid oilier
eastern and southwestern roads a little
more. Wheat rose briskly with re
ports due evarv veer about ahi i
mat great injury bad been sustained,
L iter accounts were better and prices
tell, closing '2 cents higher for the
week. Pork products have shnrp'y ad
vancsd, though corn but little
Cotton ha advanced an eighth.
Industries have gained again, though
not so much as in otln r weeks
his month, but tbe works in oporation
enjoy gome increase in the demand
Sales of wooi in Match were so much
larger than Issl year that the decrease
siuce Junusry 1 lias bi?en wholly In
loreign ami not In domestic wool. Fall
Irade In woolens is still vary small, but
tbe needs of belated ohtblers have
oaussd qntts an improvement in spring
goods. Cottons are iilio in belter
demand, and print cloths bar
idvanovd a sixteenth, Tue iron
and steel manufacture bus in
creased working force very little
this week, and slightly lower prices f, r
pig iron, nails ami some manufaotund
products nt Pittsburg and Chicago, in
dicate that works in operation are
fully able to supply the present du
mand, but rails ileci ledly improve at
tho west. Domestlo trslo con t ill tins
spool 80 I per cent, less than a year
ago. Foreign trad" still improves In
exports from New York, Iss: week '.'a
per cent larger and lu Match U2
per cent larger than lust year,
but imports were 27 per cent smaller
for tht week and the month Failures
for the week number '.'.'H in the United
States agni'ist Ifjfl Inst year, and 80 in
Canada against 38 last year, Tbe re
turns so far Indioate a smaller aggre
gate in amounts for March than for
M I Mi 'It SDl'STRI VI. Null'-:
S. J. Hansen hns bu n appointed giuelal
agent of tbe Lehigh Valley in Kostou.
It is stated (but I he Jersey Central is
earning ovar 0W percent, ou Its stock, and
the prospects tor tbe coming summer are
Thu Western KowYork and Pennsyl
vania railroad has replaced all of tbe
w ooden bridges on Its Rochester division
w nil iron structures,
Tna TkiutJNi is indebted to the Pblli
delphla stockholders for having kindly
called its attention to an error relating to
the movement of coal by tne Risaulng
company at Potuvlile, All the nthraclte
at present In demand oau be moved with
The Dodsoii IVal lompuii), operating a
largo colliery at Moron, according to tbe
Mama chunk Daily News, is sending
much ot its product to the Philadelphia
aud Reading scale-, at Port Carbon, to be
weighed and forwarded over the Heading
line. The roal gOOfl over the L -high Vul
ley Hue to I'otiavlllu fuOOtton and is
thence transferred to the Heading and
weighed. The company is also developing
i im old shoo Hy colliery at new Phlladsl
The Philadelphia Stockholder keeps close
watch Of the Scrautou I rncllon company'
movements mid has paid tunny sinking
tributes to tho careful iiiauageincut of
Ucueral .Manager Archer.
Crlt tlalng a Young Lady.
"She WOUld he B pretty girl for but ouo
'What's Ibatr asked Charley.
QsorgeHer fane is always covered with
pin pie and red blotCbs '
Charley--Oh, that's easily enough dm.
posed of, Used lob' the skiiio Way my
eir, but 1 caught on lo the trouble one
day. and got rid of it lu no tiuio.
Qeorte What was M
t barley Simply blood eruptions. Took
n Short course of r, P, P. 1 t 1 1 you, It'.,
ihe boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so bad that yoneonld
hear him ho'ler clear across the country
every time ha moved. He tried it, and
you know what an nthlotic old gent be is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a poiuter, she would thank t hum after
wind .. All tbe drug stores sell It, "
Connolly & Wallace
We have decided that now i3 an appropriate time for another
Great Sale of Cotton Goods
Special endeavors will be made in our Domestic Department to make this sale a
memorable one and a money-saving one for our friends. The special prices will
hold good for ONE WEEK ONLY.
36-in. Brown Muslins
Atlantic P r,;
Atlantic A , .','.(;0
36-in. Bleached Muslins
L msdale 7c
Kruil of L lom i
Pride of West
Atlantic Brown. B-4
AUnntic Brown, B-4.,
Atlantic Browu, 10-4. ,
Lock wood Bleached, 8-4 i?c
Luck wood Bleached, 9-4 ...10c
Lockwood Bleached, io-4 . .21c
Clica I I-;,!' .!. 8-4 .!!fi0c
LTtloa Bleeobed, ii-4 ,..",'." 22o
Uttca Bleecbsd, 10-4 .ggc
Other Liberal Offers Dur
ing This Sale.
A grtnt Special in WHITE GOODS
lb price is 12 I -2c. A revelation in
vuue; were sold !or2oe. Cream, White,
lu slurred and lace effect.
A good, staple, siiisible thing.tbis is
. lb pieces Bfl-INCH WIDE N'uinsook'
I laid and Stripes, for aprons and chil
dren s dresses. Ycu save lUc, on every
yard you buy 1 5c.
A largu line of PRINTED PIQUES
I he correct thing for ladies' vtsts ar.d
children's kilt skirts.otc I 8c. per yard.
r.MoT,,,,r,1,M of MANILLA
I KLPhS, in all the leading shade and
tints. lo. is our price elsewhere you
will pay, 20a
At this time, when you are cleanhg
heme and fixing over a little, you may
want something new in the Drapery
line. See our ai-Bortment of ''Pongees
and Silkelinea at 12 l-2c per yard.
LLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL KA1LK0AD OF N, J.
UHlGPflND SUSQUtHANNA DIVISION
Antbraeita roal uael exolunlvely, Inturine
oleaullneea and tomfort,
riMfl TAOLB III loin i mi 1,1801
Train leave Hcranton for iittstou. wtik,
llairu. etc . at S.l", u i;,. n g, ,u,, j au, 1 UJ.
h .u, u in, 7 11 nj p. in dundays, SOU m.
I 00, SOU, 7.10 p. in
For Atlantic I ity. f I'l a. m.
Fur Now York. Newark ari l BUsabetb, 8.10
fesurM) a. in . 18.30 (expres with Bnflet
parlor ear;, S.S0 (expreu) p. in. Sunday. 2 UU
ton MAI ' II CnilMK Al.I.EKTOWK, Bktolr
HBM, EABTOSIasd PnilApaLPHIA, S.U a uj
IS.IO.8,80, J.uu iexc.pt HhiUdelpbls) p m.
Sunday, t tsi p in
PorXoxu BiiAaca, Oi i.a.-. okovh, etc.. at
s lUa lu llSOn in.
tot Beaaine. Lebanon and Hurrisburg, via
Allentown, s.Wa. m, IS.S0, j.uu. p.m. Bunday,
i io p. in.
ror rottsvuie, s.0a, m llaup m.
llrturniux. leave New York, foot o' Liberty I
stre, t. North river, ut i.lu (expreasj a. m.,
1,10, 1.;), i.'-i) (express with Buttel parlor ci i
. ui. Mcnda. 4.111 a. in.
Leave Phuadejphla, Reading Terminal, f.uu
a. 111 . .uo und 4 a, p m, Bundsy, n S a.
Through tickets to all pointsat lowest ratei
uia 'be had on application lu advance to tbe
llcaet ua'enl al in - atulloQ.
You can get a Mattrests made to or
der at Factory Prices.
WK AKR RETAILING.
The Scranton Bedding Co.
J. 11 OI.IIAfSEN'.
II. P. BALDWIN,
Ueu Pas Agent,
I BUIQH VALLEY RAILBUAD
J 4 Feb. II, ls:
Train leave Beranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. U A II K Ii at e a.m IS. 10,
2.8U aud 11 K p. ni via D , L. Vf. K. It , (i iJU,
II os.ll.ai a. in , and 1.31 p, in.
Leave Mcraiiloii for PittSton uud Wilkes
bane via D.. L .4 V P., ft., B 00, 8 0s,
u. ni , LS0, J.5. b.07, y.aa p. m.
le ave Beranton for white Haveu. Hasletoa,
1'ottsvllle and all points on the beavar
Meadow and PettsWUe bra.icbe. via K w
Y . il4(ls.in . v,a Li. A II. It It. at s a in . U lo
2t. 4 IB pan , via D . I. .. W. It. K., B.00, s.Oo
II. Si a in., l.ao. 3.10 pan
Lesvi .-crantoii tm Bethlehem, Eaatoo, Kxprses for Cprtlaud, Byracuae, oiwilto.
Sal "ft. TCK'k "I" AettS I Rlchfleld Uprlnge. il , m. and ft
uni.aii, w , i.. a . n a.,uw5uc, ll.aia. m..
dl'tw lackawanna axu
rralns leave Beranton ae follows: Expre-,,
for Near York and ull points East. 1 ij wjj,
!i IP, 8 Ui and O.iO a m ; 12 K and 3 50 p, m
Expreas lor Euston. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the sjoiith, 6 IS, too and iy.au a m ; it jj
and ij m p in.
Washington and way stations, 2.40 p m.
Tobybanna - u.. . .ation. o lu p. m.
I'.xtir bs for BltiBhamtoL, Oswego. Elmira,
- onilnu. Bath. DansvUle, ilo-.mt llorru and
rluffulo, 12 lo. '.Moa. n. and 1 24 p. m.. making
cloae connections at Bulfalu to all points 1:, th-j
West, Northwttt und Bouthwesr.
u.itb seoonuaedatlon, -a m.
BlDfbamtOn and way atatioiis, l."J7 p. m.
B!r.hauiti :. and Ebnira Expru.-s. 0 05 p, in.
Friday ;n I Saturdiy, March 30 & 3 I.
Saturday ilatmee at 2.50 o'clock,
C. li JEFFEK.SON. EL AW EKLAXOEK 3
VTIll present UlenMcDonoush's ilerry
i HE PRODIGAL FATHER
Nu Fan .iei No Mei rier,
j Jollier C'jmdr.
Leave Beranton (orTunkh wno -k. Towan l c
Blnura, Itbaoa, Qeneva and all in'er ui-11 it
points via 1 1. & H R.R..II u7 a m. 1.' lu aud 11.31
p. lu.viaD I,, k IV It R 8.04 am., I.aup m.
Leave Scranpiu for It .cheater. Hjtl'alo. Nl
agaraPalla, Detroit, Chu-aKo and alluulati
v. eat Via D H li. t. 'J.I'T i. ui., IS I0,'l 15.ll.Si
P ui . via U L.A- W. It. K. ami PltUton
Juuctinn, a us a in., ISO 9.SS V- ui . Via E A W.
It K. K.41 p. ui.
Foi Ehu ra und tUj we-t v a Salnnino .. vu
D. .v 11 tt It i'.u; a.m., I : I0.ti.15 p. m , v a D
L. W. R, K., ,s US a in.. 1 l and 0.07 p in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping orl Y. chair
cars on all trauU between I,. B Junction or
Wilkes Barre und New Yon.. Pbtlld Ipbls
Buffalo and Kvapension Bride
ROLLIN II WILBUR. Ueu Sup:. Bait Ui.-
' Mas s. LKK &n. Pa. Ae't, PhlUv.Pi
A W NONNEMACHER Au't O in Pssa Ag t.
South bethlebeiu. Pa.
I ii l v w v ui v vn mm
y "" SON RAILROAD.
oromencmg .uav vi, itw .
trains vv ill run us follow
Trains leave Bridge Btroel
stat on. Beranton, for Pitta
..... Will.... O. L IV,
af B s to., .
It M m 1,25.2.38,4.10.5 i
Uf r a. a i. 5 p in
Ar I ol N.-w York ami Phila
delphia, 0Ua. in. 1210, mi,
2.vs. 116 aud II X) p. in
l or Honeedale(from Delaware. Lackawanna
and western depot i, 7 00, 8,30, 10 10 l.m , 12.00
u . 1, 17, i 10 p. in.
For t'ai bo nlale and Intermediate stations.
.VtO. 7 OH. 110. 10.111 a. m . 12.00 in ,4.17, 8.15,5 In.
8.30 and 1 85 n, in ; from Bridge btret Liepot,
ton . ui.. s.uaad 11:6 c. m.
Ftexpre to Albany, Saratoga, the Adi
rondack Mountain, Boatonand New England
point. 5.40 a m . arriving at Albany IS.45
Saratoga 2.80 p. m , nd leavins Scranton at .1
p in. arriving at Albany atd.80 p. n, Bara.
ton, 12 Via, m . nnd H o ".00 a. m
The only direct route between the coal field i
and Boston "The Liadinit Tourist-' RoatS
ot Aim ri a" to the Adirondaok Mountain re
sons. Lake George and Charoplaln. U intresl
Time tables show inn local and through train
service between stations on aU 'liv latona Data'
vviii e and Hudson system, may be obtained a:
all Do law re and Hudson ticket ottTue.
II. B. YOUNU, .1- W BURDICK,
Second Yiee President. Qea. Pass. Agt,
I, ' , - . 1 . . . . , . n, .
... - tu .,UU ..... m. ,u. uml p, Uj
Plymouth, Biooinsburg and Danville, making
dose conueetious at Northumberland fur
Wllliauisport. Hamaburg. Baltimore, Wash
Ington nd the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate itations,
ii Oi. 9 oO a in. anil I Al and B07 p m.
Kantlooka sad intermediate atations. SOS
and 11. '.II a. lu I'ivuiouth ai d luteimcdiat.
etatiooa 3.50 anu 8,8a n, m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
i or detailed Information, pwkct tim - taMes,
otc, apply to II. L. Smith, city ticket orBc...
8n Lsckawannaavenns, or dspot ticket office.
I, ''UIE AND WYOMINa VALLEY KAIL
J hi IAD
Tram leave Scranton for New York nnd in
termediate points cu the Erie railroad at 185
a. in. and 3.24 p m. Also for Hawley and
local point at 885, 8.45 and 324p.m.
Train leaving at .45 a. in and 8 Si nm,
are through trains to and from Hiueaai?.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barie ui 6 40 a. in. und
.1 ll . in.
The entire New York ast will be s.en at
"be 1 1 olhniubani
Sy ii. :..& a:.d2.".c.
aMnee :5c.. jOcSfic ;. dtte.
ACADEMY OF .MUSIC.
MONDAY. APRIL a
DEN MAN THOMPSON'S
Celebrated Beautiful I lav.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
i l resented b) a strong eompanj and
u lib special seener) and
I... PRICES- Plrt floor. $1 and Tic.; BuUonr.
LvLT, ' ".".eiv. -ac. .-a.t -.au cieu
3 I -
. fs - :
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Tuesday and tTednreday, April ". ar.d
TUF. FAVORITE AND FAMOUS
NIGHT OWLS BEAUTY SHOW
Full of New snd Novel VsudevCle SLd
PROP, MACURTS CANINE
Hippodroms of Boxing Dogs iri Monkeys
And the latest t'rae, tho
MIDWAY PLAISANC: DANCERS.
The Uriht and Spicy Burleaviue.
Liberty's Reception to Uncle Sam.
Seat en Sale Saturday.
That we are headquarters for evervthitic in
tbe line ot W'ATCMKS If you have any Tdo
of piirehaaliu: any kind of a Wat.L. ladv s.r
lient's. Hold or Silver, you w ill make a cnev
ou mistake It you do not give m call ami
get our prices, which you will find fsr below
all o'ners. especially in ail the high grades of
Elgin. Waltbam and Hampden movement
If you have any doubts ami are at ull petted
on prices gl . e us a call and W will have no
trouble m convincing you. We still haven large
atoek to oiap.i-e ot, ami will oner vou won
nerlul induieiuniiU in Jewelry, silverware, I
Clock and ull other goods which we bare in i gO0
s ihm .o nmelOM.
In I il,. i January w:i. 1SIU.
Wk commenelni MONDAY, MAKCH .'8
MONDAY, TCESDAY AN D WEDNESDAY,
Reproduction of th Grandest Scenic and
Sensational Dramatever pressntsd a-, tun
Under the Gaslight
Wbuif Scene, the Railroad Seen
and the Bowery Dance
S .1I . .
0 Ml 9
fit 1 1 1.-,
e vs: t
in in I
o i.v -I
ftl in i'l
i; la I
. 7 .0
.1 7 00
17 ft I'l'
til 1 1 h:i
14 II VS
0 il II
,v 1 1 1 is
.v 1 1 IW)
1 1 raina nail , r.x- h a, q a,
cept Kuodaj . -
n V, Franklin s:
West 4tud Htrcel .... ....
Arrive I rave vi
Hancock .'unci bin Oisi .77.
Hanooi k a .ii ....
BtSrllgkt s is ....
l'i raton Park I " "' ....
ri.- leant Mt,
I nl ii'duli
I 'll set (. Ity
Mil Mil Id
C. W. Freeman
Inti Ave and Spruce St
TIU'KSUAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
I Mr. On Homer s Dramatisation of Jules
erne s Orot Story,
U I '
10 M ....
'. I" A M
7 VI 841
7 if7 II fx
L 88 II Al
: oi urn
: 4a ;0. l!
7 .3 ni 08
7 4M0 1.1
7 S2 lil It
7 U 10 17
7 ."si 101
a un in 84
s PS ...
i k.i a
3 Ul I
IS 81 I
n si !
All n alas i un dully . v Miliday.
t "Ui llles thai tiuliis stop ou signal lur pas-
Audlllotial Irnliis b uve Curbaiidiih' fur scran
ton I w and n.15 p. in . arriving at Scranton i.ss
and . 00
Leave Scranton for Carbond&li 8.50 and 8,N
ari lvlug at curb .ndale ul I no and J.18 p. lu
leuure ruiis via oniaiia Western betors
purchasing tickets ana save money, buy and
Nlhgt E.press in the Weal
j, C Anderson, Oen. Pssa Agt.
f, VUtOrOtt, in v. I tat, agt scranton, Pa.
'I WO rt-hlOHMAHCbS DAILY
WKEK GOMIIsVNCXNCI MARCH ST.
Rttttrn of Bcrsntoni Kuvontv,
MISS Fl OKA STANIF0RD
IN TWO I i HEAT I'l. AYS.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Ki.tiity nuii Suturil.iy,
These Two Dreat Plays will bo elegantly
staged and costuiueil
Admission, 10, 20, 30c.
ADMISSION. IO.V.D and HOiENTS
Per tor ma a ccs (Varvisifterneon. excent Mon
(Mays and I'hiirsdays. at ISO, and evrry eveie
I lug at S i.V IVors o;ii at USOand 7.08 V It,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING Ca
lso Shafting and Journal Greasi
0FfICBl-m West Lackawanna Ave.
Vl OUKSi Muradtau Strait
1 IOOI a open at 1 -a uud 7.
Perfoi menoi at 8,80 and :
Ladies Who Valuo
A refined complexion tuuat use PuhiuuI'h Pow
der. It produces a soft uud biuutiful akiu.
ttOti South Wa8hinit0ii Avcnun.
Contractor ami builder or concrete flagging,
Concrete Hbaiks. Potato, Batter ami Coa1
Bittt. Wel Cellars dried UU Orders may be
left at Thoiupjun & Pralt, Will ains A Co.,
Main aud I'.yoon Street, or at Scranton
Stove Works. Also Foundationa, Cistern 1
Pish Wire Tunnels and ColUiu. Elaggiuat tor
Sometimes need a re!
7. . ' s
AX: Dr. PEAL'S
art prompt, sal. i.r.O rnrtuln In oesulu Tho gona
lee 'Dr. Iel'si ne.er ill.tappomt. Wont auywbon,
M "0 PoaltlcJIeino.'o . i'l r. nnd O.
Sold bv JOHN ft PHELPS Pbarmaolst
corner W youuu uveuuo and bpruc street